- U.S. Forces Close in On Baghdad From Two Directions: We Go to the Iraqi Capital to Talk with Umembedded Reporter May Ying Welsh
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US troops have reached the Baghdad airport after fierce fighting with Iraqi forces. US troops are closing in on Baghdad from two directions. The Pentagon says they are just six miles from the edge of the city.
- Kesbeh Family Arrives in Jordan After Being Deported From Houston: We Talk with Them From a Refugee Camp Where the Family of Nine Now Lives Near Penniless in a Single Bedroom
As the U.S.-led invasion rages in Iraq, the persecution of Arabs and Muslims continues at home.
- Green You Go, Yellow You Are Questioned and Red You Don't Fly: As Delta Airlines Prepares to Rate the Terror Threat of Every Passenger, We Host a Debate On Privacy and Security
There is a new website that you might have heard of. Its address is boycottdelta.org. Its logo is “Less leg room. No privacy.”
- Over 60 People Dead After US Bombs Impoverished Iraqi Neighborhood in Hilla: We Talk to the AFP Reporter Who Saw Cluster Bomblets There
The London Independent is reporting that over 60 people, mostly civilians, have now died since the US bombed an impoverished Iraqi neighborhood in the town of Hilla, south of Baghdad. Hundreds of people are wounded.
- Send in Giant, Armored Bulldozers, Israeli Military Advises U.S. Troops Poised to Invade Baghdad: But When Confronted By Peace Activist, Retired Israeli General Admits Israeli Troops Make "Many Mistak
US troops have reached the Baghdad airport after fierce fighting with Iraqi forces and are closing in on the Iraqi capital from two directions. The Pentagon says they are just six miles from the edge of the city.